◊ Starter for 15 of 35 games and finished as the Lady Bulldogs' third-leading scorer, both overall and in SEC play.
◊ Notched a dozen double-digit scoring outputs, including a pair of 20-point games.
◊ Paced Georgia offensively in six contests, headlined by a 25-point outburst at No. 8 Kentucky that helped the Lady Bulldogs snap the Wildcats' 34-game home winning streak.
◊ Enters her senior season with 169 3-pointers at Georgia, which is No. 6 all-time in program history. Well within striking distance of No. 3 Kim Berry (189) but quite a ways from No. 2 Kedra Holland-Corn (253) and No. 1 Cori Chambers (282).
◊ Opens her final collegiate campaign already at No. 3 among the Lady Bulldogs' career leaders with 524 attempts from beyond the arc. No. 2 tally is 675 by Kedra Holland-Corn and school record is 742 by Cori Chambers.
◊ Scored a game-high 12 points in the season opener against Rutgers.
◊ With three 3-pointers against Furman, moved into a three-way tie with Coco Miller and Pam Irwin-Osbolt for the No. 10 spot among the Lady Bulldogs' career leaders for 3FGs made in just the ninth game of her junior year.
◊ Scored nine of her 11 points in the final 7:17 at Georgia Tech, including 4-of-4 FTs in the final 32 seconds to help ice the victory.
◊ Averaged 13.8 ppg during the first four games following the holiday break (Dec. 28-Jan. 10)...and upped her season average to 10.0 ppg in the process.
◊ Tabbed SEC Player of the Week on Feb. 4, following a career-high 25 points in a 75-71 upset of No. 8 Kentucky.
◊ For the week, averaged 18.0 points in victories over Alabama and Kentucky by connecting on 52.6 percent of her field goals, 42.9 percent of her 3-point attempts and 90.0 percent of her trips to the free throw line.
◊ Her 25 points and five 3s made at Kentucky represented the most in a game for the Lady Bulldogs during 2012-13.
◊ Named honorable mention All-SEC by the AP.
◊ Among SEC leaders, ranked No. 12 in scoring, No. 2 in 3-pointers per game, No. 3 in minutes played, No. 6 in 3-point FG pct. and No. 8 in steals.
◊ Recorded 23 double-digit scoring performances, equaling Jasmine Hassell for the team high.
◊ Led the Lady Bulldogs offensively seven times, doing so against Georgetown, Montanta State, Appalachian State, Florida (in Athens), Mississippi State (in Athens), LSU and Marist.
◊ Connected on 72 3-pointers, the sixth-best single-season effort in Lady Bulldog annals.
◊ Attempted 203 shots from behind the 3-point arc, the fourth-most in a season in program history.
◊ Accounted for 49.0 percent of Georgia's 3-pointers overall (72-of-147) and 49.2 percent in SEC play (34-of-69).
◊ 51.4 percent of her field goals made - 72-of-140 - were from behind the 3-point arc.
◊ Extremely hot early against TCU, scoring 14 first-half points and connecting on 4-of-7 3-point FGs.
◊ The only Lady Bulldog to reach double figures in the scoring column in each of Georgia's first four games...a streak that eventually extended to seven outings.
◊ Exploded for a season-high 23 points against Appalachian State, including 17 in the second half.
◊ Played the final 3:13 of the first half and the entire second stanza at point guard against Appalachian State as Jasmine James missed the contest with a sprained knee and Meredith Mitchell (who started at point) took an inadvertent elbow to her right eye.
◊ Scored a game-high 21 points against Marist, her fifth career top-20 performance.
◊ Named to the coaches' All-SEC Freshman team.
◊ Three-time SEC Freshman of the Week honoree - Jan. 3, Jan. 20 and Feb. 7.
◊ Among SEC statistical leaders, ranked No. 12 in 3-pointers per game (1.3).
◊ In stat leaders for SEC games only, ranked No. 24 in scoring (10.7 ppg), No. 2 in 3-point FG pct. (.379) and No. 5 in 3-pointers per game (2.1).
◊ Georgia's leading scorer in seven games - Loyola Marymount, Mercer, South Carolina (in Athens), at Kentucky, Alabama (twice) and Auburn.
◊ Became the 67th - of now 72 - freshman to start for Andy Landers at Georgia when she opened the game at TCU.
◊ Provided significantly increased contibutions following Christmas...after posting two double-digit scoring performances in the first 11 games before the holidays, had 12 such outings in the 23 games after the break.
◊ At Florida International, was 4-of-4 from the line in the final 43 seconds after the Panthers pulled within three with five seconds remaining.
◊ Scored 12 first-half points in the SEC opener against South Carolina by hitting all four 3s she attempted, including a 24-footer with three seconds left in the period.
◊ Named SEC Freshman of the Week on Jan. 3 after averaging 13.0 points while connecting on 44.8 percent of her field goals, 50.0 percent of her 3-pointers and 71.4 percent of her free throws in games versus Louisiana Tech, Florida International and South Carolina.
◊ Named SEC Freshman of the Week for the second straight time on Jan. 10 after exploding for 24 points at No. 10 Kentucky. Her scoring and field goals made (10) at Kentucky were season-high tallies for the team.
◊ The Wildcats tied the game four times in the second half. On three of those occasions, Miller answered with a bucket to give the lead back to Georgia.
◊ Knocked down the game-winning three with 13.8 seconds left at No. 20 Arkansas.
◊ Scored all 13 of her points against Mississippi State in the first half.
◊ Tabbed SEC Freshman of the Week on Feb. 6 after averaging 15.5 points by shooting 61.1 from the field, 54.5 from 3-point range and 75.0 from the free throw line in victories over Arkansas and Alabama.
◊ Knocked down six threes against Auburn, the most by any Georgia player during 2010-11 and tying the No. 5 mark in Lady Bulldog history.
◊ Coached by Vernise Harris-Hill at Douglass High.
◊ Named 2010 Miss Georgia Basketball as the all-classification player of the year by the Georgia Sports Writers Association (GSWA).
◊ Rated as the nation's No. 33 overall prospect by the All-Star Girls' Report, as well as No. 36 by Hoopgurlz, No. 40 by Blue Star, No. 42 by Peach State Hoops and No. 57 by the Collegiate Girls Basketball Report.
◊ Named honorable mention All-America by the Women's Basketball Coaches Association.
◊ Tabbed AAAAA Player of the Year by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution as a senior.
◊ A three-time first-team GSWA all-state pick in Class 5A, earning such status as a sophomore, junior and senior.
◊ A four-year starter who helped Douglass to a combined 80-33 record over that span including trips to the semifinals and quarterfinals of the 5A state tourney in 2007 and 2008, respectively.
◊ Scored 2,097 points during her prep career at Douglass and averaged 18.6 points, 5.4 rebounds, 3.2 assists, 2.0 steals and 1.9 blocks during her career with the Lady Astros.
◊ Scored in double figures in 103 of 113 games played for the Lady Astros, including 56 20-point outings, 16 30-point performances and a career-high 40 points against rival Stephenson as a senior.
◊ Connected on 242 3-pointers at Douglass.
◊ Born December 20, 1992, Khaalidah is the daughter of Willie and Phyllis Miller.
◊ Major: Human Development & Family Science.
◊ Recipient of the Vickie and Leon Farmer Women's Basketball Scholarship for 2010-11 and 2011-12.
◊ Recipient of the Vincent J. and Barbara Dooley Scholarship Women's Basketball Scholarship for 2012-13.